A recent judgment on remedy by His Honour Judge Luba QC has provided some useful commentary on the level of compensation for workplace privacy claims following the misuse and disclosure of an individual's personal data.
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Public Liability over fall on pavement - a case where court action only option to recover client's losses
Our specialist Public Liability team represented a lady who required to raise a court action in order to secure justice and settlement of her claim, after suffering a fall on a pavement caused by work site operators.
Our specialist Personal Injury team successfully recovered damages for Personal Injury and damaged equipment for a cyclist who was injured when a motorist failed to see him. The accident occurred at the time of the year when dark evenings increase the dangers for cyclists on the roads.
The question of to what extent you need to protect your idea when talking to people – is an familiar one for entrepreneurs who have developed a new business concept or a better and innovative product or service. Here, solicitor Craig Daniels looks at how to work out what is safe to share.
How do you pass on a crofting tenancy to the next generation? Crofting law is a very specialist area and careful succession planning is required by anyone who wishes to bequeath a crofting tenancy. Furthermore, relatively strict procedures must be followed by those who are inheriting.